Learn to display text to the screen in Assembly language. Make your first program in MIPS Assembly language easily! Note: If you are using the SPIM simulator, the basic code template is a bit different. Therefore, you need to follow the basic code template provided below when using SPIM (instead of Mars): .data # Data declarations go in this section.
.text .globl main .ent main main:
# your program code goes here.
# Done, terminate program. li $v0, 10 syscall .end main
Whether you are preparing for a course on Assembly language or you are just interested in learning Assembly, this tutorial series will guide you step by step on your way to becoming a proficient MIPS Assembly programmer.